Monday, December 4, 2017

Police seeking this grand larceny suspect on 11th Street

The NYPD is looking for a suspect who reportedly broke into a vehicle on 11th Street and stole nearly $2,500 worth of clothes and electronics.

According to Town & Village, the theft took place last Wednesday outside 526 E. 11th St. between Avenue A and Avenue B.

Here's surveillance video via Patch:

Police described the suspect as "Hispanic, around 35 years old, 5-5 and 155 lbs. with a medium complexion." He was last seen wearing a green hat, black sneakers, black jacket and blue jeans.

Anyone with information that could help in the investigation is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477). You may also submit tips online.


Anonymous said...

Well, who leaves stuff like that in their car ?

Anonymous said...

That's nice, NYPD, but what about all the bikes that have been stolen?

Anonymous said...

Years ago I was moving to a new apartment and just had enough to fit into my boss at the time borrowed car. I left the door open as I carried a batch to the front of the building (maybe 30-40 feet away) and when a returned there was a guy in the car going through the glove compartment. I was pissed off as one could image and grabbed his pack back to search it for anything that was mine (or my boss') all I found was some pamphlets from the yoga place on that street. When I asked him why he thought it was okay to go through someone else's car he said "can you blame me it was unlocked". I realized then he was right.